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Sterling Silver Celtic Crosses With Emblems of Ireland

If you or a loved one have a particular association with one of the many emblems of Ireland, we have multiple options to tickle your fancy. From the Claddagh, to the Shamrock and Connemara Marble, to the Celtic Heart Knot, we have many of the unique symbols of Ireland encased in sterling silver for you to wear around your neck. For those who have a particular Celtic cross in mind, we have an extensive selection of crosses localized to selected regions. These include the Cross of Moone associated with County Kildare, to the Cross of Durrow, associated with County Laois and many more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Silver is a popular material for Celtic cross necklaces because of its durability, versatility, and affordability. It has a timeless and classic appeal complements Celtic art's intricate knotwork and designs. Silver also reflects light beautifully and can enhance the overall beauty and elegance of the Celtic cross necklace.

The Celtic cross necklace represents the fusion of Celtic and Christian spirituality and heritage. The cross symbolizes Christ's sacrifice and redemption, while the intricate knotwork and interlacing patterns represent the interconnectedness of all things in the universe. It also symbolizes the Celtic people's rich cultural and artistic traditions.

To determine the quality and authenticity of a silver Celtic cross necklace, it's important to look for hallmarks or stamps that indicate the purity of the silver. High-quality silver should be at least 92.5% pure and marked as "925" or "sterling silver." It's also important to ensure that the necklace is made with attention to detail, has a sturdy chain, and features well-crafted and intricate knotwork designs.

The silver Celtic cross necklace differs from other styles of cross necklaces due to its intricate knotwork and interlacing patterns, which are unique to Celtic art and design. The Celtic cross also incorporates the Christian cross with the ancient Celtic circle, which symbolizes the sun and eternity and represents the unity of faith and culture.

To properly care for a silver Celtic cross necklace, it should be stored in a dry and safe place when not worn. It should be cleaned regularly using a soft cloth and mild soap, and avoid exposing the necklace to harsh chemicals, lotions, or perfumes. Removing the necklace before swimming, showering, or engaging in strenuous activities is also important to prevent damage or tarnishing.

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